You can either allow the student to choose to play it with a button so if they want to hear it again they can, or you use a variable on the page.
On show> play ____> if VAR(narrative) is less than 1
…and an action on the narrative…
On Done playing> Add to VAR(narrative) 1
Hello, I am not always the most conventional problem solver but …
If you want to do this, just put transparent buttons on top of the image. The buttons must then modify the variable for the question to equal whatever is needed to create that response. Depending on how you set up your question you may need to have multiple actions on the transparent buttons. you did not specify anything. ( immediate feedback, go to the next page, etc.)
Use variables. For this question you will have 12 variables. One for each drop down.
You can either score this as one question or 12 or score 1 point for each drop down. Your choice. For 1 question use T/F or for 12 questions you can use 12 T/F. Use “On select/change” action to modify the question variable to be either true or false depending on the correct answer chosen.
I would need to see how your Title Explorer pane is set up and if your properties are correct.
Why would you include the “all of the above” if you want them to select all of the correct answers? I was never a fan of using “all of the above” anyway, but if you feel you must or if your client/customer wants it that way you can use a secondary T/F question with variables. T/F question is true if any of the following are true. Include all scenarios that would indicate a correct answer.
That is just one way around it.
You kinda answered your own question. The goal is to stop the learner from being able to click on the video before the audio stops, so….
1. Put a button on the video that when clicked shows a text box telling the learner to “please wait”
2. Put an action on the audio to hide the button on the video when “done playing”
the action on the audio can be to play the video when the audio is “done playing”